John F. Smith's smartly-designed biblical anti-slavery map of the mid-19th Century United States. Prepared in 1888; excerpted from “Maps for an emerging nation”.
Maps don't just convey information--they can also shape the way that we think about the world that is being represented by that map. Maps are texts and sometimes they have very strong perspectives that the cartographer put into that map. This persausive map shows one way of interpreting American history after the end of reconstruction. Notice that in addition to the very overt religious, moral tone condemning the South for slavery, the ideas of Manifest Destiny are also woven into the fabric of this map.
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